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How to Clean and Declutter Your Attic in 7 Simple Steps

By Mike on March 31, 2017

Be honest – you go for years without setting foot in your attic. Time goes by and dust, dirt, and sometimes even mold collects on your boxes, your stuff, and the attic’s floor. An attic that is dirty and cluttered can result in poor energy efficiency, animal infestations, damage to insulation, mold, and mildew. Every

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Attic Insulation Basics: Knee Walls vs Regular Attics

By Mike on March 2, 2016

When it comes to savings on your energy bill and keeping your home feeling cozy, there is no debate that a well-insulated attic is your greatest asset. But replacing and cleaning the insulation in the attic can vary depending on what type of attic your home has. If you asked a child to draw a

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What Should I Do When My Insulation Gets Wet?

By Mike on September 3, 2014

My Spray Foam insulation is wet: You’re in luck! If you have closed-cell spray foam insulation that’s been exposed to moisture, never fear. Closed-cell spray foam insulation provides a moisture barrier and an air-tight seal. If you’re noticing water on your spray foam insulation, it almost certainly means that you’ve got a leak somewhere. But

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“Spray Foam Insulation: The Homeowner’s Guide to The Most Effective Insulation Available” – Free eBook Available for Download

By Mike on August 13, 2014

Learn everything that you need to know about spray foam insulation in this free eBook guide. In it we cover comparisons of spray foam insulation to other types of insulation, information on its health risks, candid discussions about its various benefits, and an entire chapter devoted to frequently asked questions. Here’s an outline of all

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